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of cornwall, and the other members of the royal family. ♪ ["god save the queen" plays] ♪ >> the lord mayor. [applause] >> my late lord mayor, your grace, lord chief lawyer, prime minister, your excellencies, lord, older men, sheriff, cheap, and are, ladies and gentlemen, welcome. welcome from clear and deep. -- from claire and me. in a special welcome to you, prime minister, for this your third lord mayor's banquet. one of the privileges of this role is the frequent opportunity to say thank you. so prime minister, thank you from the city for your sterling were, commercial diplomacy promoting british influence, british business, and british ex woods around the world. success abroad. [applause] success abroad means jobs and growth at home. the late lord mayor also deserves a huge figure. [applause] -- a huge thank you. a great lord mayor and what has been assembly outstanding year of national celebration. celebration of unique service of her majesty the queen, and celebration of sports in london 2012. at this banquet of months ago you said it is may be the lord mayor show, but not about me.
if you really study the prophecy carefully the messiah, the lord jesus had to be cut off or killed in the 487th year. hopefully i haven't confused you and believe me i know of what i speak and since the three and a half years is after the 560 and god says jesus returns after three and a half and it's obvious it's a spiritual three and a half and logical to multiply the previous figureo i did and i arrived at 9060 years which is strange because the 560 years does not start on a jubilee year. >> >> it's three sabbatical cycles yet when it ends it ends on a jubilee year. 1996 was a jubilee year and from the 70 weeks from the end of daniel which i mentioned before -- >> thank you very much. next speaker. >> good afternoon board of supervisors and president chiu. and so in 1962 january it snowed. i will show you a picture. here it comes up. that's our backyard and the golden gate park is right here and the bridge is over this way and that's part of it, and let's see. here are some more pictures of the backyard and there is snow out there on the street there. and that was 1962 and
personal lord and savior and being committed to preaching the gospel. that isn't to say there weren't other problems there, but in that particular situation, with that particular person we just had a marvelous, marvelous time. >> and that brings up another really interesting point. when we think about religions, we say lutheranism well that is a clearly identifiable denomination. but i think that's i think a misunderstanding that we have when we deal with religion. because we have the name and we certainly have some doctrines that define lutheranism but within that you can push out the edges here and there to fit the kind of needs of the community. i see that going on in this church here tabor lutheran. can you, help us a little bit with how you can expand out lutheranism to fit what the community needs here? >> lutheranism historically has had a very broad ecumenical base and most people are not really, let me say they don't remember the kind of base on which lutheranism was built. the base is such that it says that we proclaim jesus christ as lord savior. now the important thing about a p
proposed so far. this i can't expresses confidence that the model proposed by lord black and lord hunt addresses criticisms made at the inquiry. unfortunately, however, although this model is an improvement on pcc, in my view, it does not come close to delivering in the words of the submission itself quotes regulation that is the those genuinely free and independent, both of the industry it regulates and political control. any model with editors on the main lord is simply not independent of the industry to anything approaching the degree required two warrants public confidence. it is still the industry murkiness down homework. nor is the model proposed stable or robust for longer-term future. the press needs to establish a new regulatory body, which is truly independent of industry leaders and of government and the politicians. it must promote high standards of journalism and protect both the public interest in the rights and liberties of individuals. it should set and enforce standards. here individual complaints and provide a fair, quick and inexpensive arbitration service to do with
. but as we started ministering here to the prostitutes, to the pimps, the lord directed our hearts, changed our hearts, for his people. that's why we're here. >> reporter: for the past two years, their church has tried a variety of ways to reach those people. >> this place needs jesus more than ever before. and, um, god has given us favor with all kinds of people. reaching the community. but we want to think outside of the box. >> reporter: that new way of thinking led to a different approach to serving the community's poor. >> there was a ministry in texas called "vision for christ," that just happened to find us on the internet. and my doctor called me and we just met over the phone. it was such an incredible marriage, just the coming together of how can we come together to bless the communit community? >> reporter: he teamed up with the eye care doctor for three days of doing free medical care. >> they are doing eye testing and diabetes testing. >> reporter: they networked with area clinics to provide a full service health outreach, complete with medical tents and other equipment. dr. an
. and as if you want to take a moment just to recognize paul lord who is with the planning department many years and really undertook this as one of his projects and worked very closely with our team members on this plan. the western soma citizens plan task force set out to promote a plan with "neighborhood qualities and scale that maintain and enhance rather than destroy today's living historic and sustainable neighborhood, character cultural economic diversity while integrating appropriate land use, transportation and design opportunities into equitable evolving and complete neighborhoods." while i represent one of the older neighborhoods here in san francisco, it is as you know one of the more dynamic in the sense that it is growing and changing and developing probably the most dynamically currently here in the city. the plan that we have before us reflects its original intent by utilizing as a starting point the underlying zoning and land use pattern that gives the south of market its unique mixed use character. the plan carefully added and tweaked the existing zoning in a way that preserves
since taking over this plan since paul lord has left the planning department. and he has certainly helped to shape and support this plan to get to where it is today. so, thank you for your time. >> thank you. >> good afternoon, corey teague for staff and thank honorable jane kim for her comments. kind of piggyback a little bit off her comments. as bev of you know, paul lord was the project manager on this project for at least seven years if not longer, and i've just been trying to fill his role the best i can since he retired earlier this year. i think the best way to start is to kind of give you an overview of what we're going to be doing today, but also what the long-term plan is for hearing western soma in the future. so, today we're having our first informational presentation. some of the commissioners were here in october of last year when we did a couple of informational presentations on western soma. at that time, just the to brief the commissioners because it had been a while since the draft plan had been in front of them in 2008, the good news is that this informational pr
are kid. kids are half animals, remember lord of the flies. time they geo college, wasting time to teach kids civility is waste of time. >> it's lord of rings, not lord of flies. [ laughter ] >> it is lord of flies. lord of the rings is movie, lord of the flies is the novel. >>. >> linda hunt. >> forcing civility they are punishing civility makes it pointless. civility is something you should do on your own. >> hey, i wouldn't say it is punishment. those of us that know how to be civil we could get an easy "a". when i took broadcasting speaker and i had to speak like someone from middle america, it was easy everybody is like it's an "a". [ laughter ] it really happens. i love you. but i appreciate it. this poor girl. it was like an hour long. >> what was wrong with her? >> it was like da. >> and i have a question for you. >> let's talk more about the class. >> we can talk to bill. >> i've never felt this way about ice before this way in in my life. we will have more coming up. note. >> few quick program notes, i'll see you back sunday for a special edition. no "redeye" monday or tuesday
lead. >> colbert: dear lord. >> dear lord, yes. >> colbert: please let this country. >> and our leader. >> colbert: and our leaders and let alex cross open huge in the box office. and please, lord, please, help me in thanking tyler perry for being here. thank you so much. thank you. tyler perry! alex cross! we
. mexican drug lords with gobs of cash can buy and we give them citizenship. it is crazy. it is totally crazy it takes more than money to be citizen of the united states of americ it is it a privilege and not just something for people with cash. >> i didn't see that one coming. >> fox news alert i agree with johnathon. i am not sure this ever. trust me, it is really, really hard to be here in the greatest country in the world. but it does put job creators off who could do. london we are kind half of large poperties are bought by foreigners and it adds 25 billion to the london economy. and that can be shift tod places in the uk that are not fortunate. it would help the american necessary my view. >> i can uerstand why spain did no one is buying homes and we have high unemployment in the u.s.. >> i agree with johnathon and you tend to agree with smart people i am not sure what tracey has against drug lords. >> i am an immigrant. >> this country was built on immigration. it should not be doubled but multiplied by 100. >> and that's what i am doing. tracey, i grateagree with what you are sa
. that was made all the easier by the partnership we developed with paul lord. paul lord and i worked in 2003 and 2004 so -- if we could have the slide here. paul standing up grinning. we worked in 2003 and 2004 to draft the legislation which created this body. and when this task force came into being, no one worked harder than paul lord to ensure that the community and the planning department began to work together and respect each other and treat each other as equals. we'll miss him a lot, but he was threatening to retire seven years ago and it finally happened. i must also mention the contributions of the department of public health and the transportation authority as well. both of those bodies were also represented on the task force from the beginning. lilly far hang, megan wier, and [speaker not understood] helped to take all of the policies of the plan and run them through the healthy development measurement tool. the department public health is famous nationally for. we helped to really fine tune that tool and it's being expanded more throughout the city and into other planning process
. in the maya city of copan, a jeweler fashioned rare shell and jade for his powerful lord. in mexico, living artisans echo the economy of a vanished civilization. and in teotihuacan, evidence of mass production has now been unearthed. tiny faces of clay reflect the men and women who made them a thousand years ago. on the other side of the world, in the ancient roman city of ostia, huge merchant ships were part of an economy much like our own. and today, the tanners of morocco still practice their ancient craft, living proof that economies have evolved out of the past. everyone who has ever lived has been part of an economic system. iel bote grande...mil pesos! economic systems are simply the ways people produce, distribute and consume things -- everything and anything, from tortillas to stocks and bonds. for 10,000, 10,000 an eighth. today, as in the past, economic systems lie at the heart of how a society is organized. archaeologists search for these systems because they believe economies hold the key to understanding ancient societies. archaeologist william sanders. the economy of any give
is read "pacal" in mayan. finally, to end this first passage, we get "the holy lord of palenque," indicating that he was the king of palenque. keach: a king at the age of 12, pacal left a wealth of inscriptions that traces his lineage back six generations. his sons carried the lineage forward, to reveal a phenomenal record of a ruling maya dynasty. but the writing also revealed an abrupt and puzzling break in the dynastic succession. this is the palace, begun by pacal and continued by his sons, including kan xul. work began on an elaborate tablet that would commemorate kan xul's dedication of the building. the tablet contains detailed information about kan xul's life -- his birth date, his parents' names, his brother's reign as king, and finally the rise to pwer of kan xul himself. but kan xul never dedicated the building at palenque. the last fragments of the tablet name a different king. matthews: the dedication which we would have expected to have been undertaken by kan xul -- and the entire text is leading up to that event -- was in fact undertaken by someone else, so that t
. then the lord said to moses, rise early in the morning and go in before pharaoh and say to him, thus says the lord god of the hebrews, let my people go that they may serve me. for at this time i will send all my plagues to your very heart and your servants and on your people that you may know that there is none like me in all the earth. now, if i had stretched out my hand and struck you and your people with pestilence, then you would have been cut off from the earth. but indeed for this purpose i have raised you up that i may show you my power in you and that my name may be declared in all the earth. as yet you exalt yourself against my people in that you will not let them go. behold tomorrow about this time i will cause very heavy hail to rain down such as not has been seen in egypt since its founding until now. therefore, send now and gather your livestock and all that you have for the hail shall come down on it. >> thank you very much. thank you very much. thank you very much. next speaker. >>> peter alexander. i am that i'm and unto those that are being addressed, the almighty command
the bible that the lord god's everything and knows what is good for us -- the lord guides everything and knows what is good for us. >> the region has been repeatedly hit by polio epidemics in recent decades. many people were afflicted by the disease because they were not immunized for religious reasons. this attitude is changing, but only gradually. many still live by the motto, " whatever happens to me, it is god's decision pecan >> a small wine-growing village in luxembourg with not even 1500 inhabitants. it is also the name of an eu agreement with far-reaching consequences for the lives of many e citizens. it means free travel. -- many eu citizens. private individuals and companies can save time at the borders because there's no need to show your passport or fill out complicated customs forms anymore. it also means that police on both sides of the border could intensify their cooperation. for german and polish forces, this proves to be crucial. >> at first glance, the district looks idyllic, boasting unspoiled nature, small villages, and wide-open spaces. it borders on poland, but
land lords in the same location, having excuse me, up to them to maintain the rent structure to be able to stay there. we had to sell coffee, we have to sell muffins and catering and all of them, the trucks, espresso specialized different foods are taking away every day from nickel and dime from all of us. you know, i cannot comprehend how these permits have been issued where they did not exist many, many years ago, it was done right years ago. they are given to the areas where there is a need. around hospitals and schools and construction areas, where or weekends, or you know, where there is the public and yet all of the places are closed. or there is not enough of them. but you come down in the financial district, and our hours are the same, and it does not draw people for retail, because we are just people working in their offices. whereas the last time i remember that we combated people that said, while diversity brings more people to the area. it does not in our area. our area being i am close to 150 california street. i am a half a block away from there, my address is 18 californi
tikkun olam, repairing the world. >> the lord says i made the world. it's pretty good, but there are all kinds of holes in it. you people go, and you make the amendments -- bigger ones, smaller ones. but you, that's your duty. >> the rabbi says even the smallest good deed can have a global result, the so- called "butterfly effect." >> the movement of the wings of a butterfly can change the world, and the point is basically we live in one world. any movement in this world somehow affects everything else. so when we do anything better, we change the world. >> if jews study the torah, if they honor the sabbath and the other holy days, if they do good deeds and partner with god, steinsaltz says they will achieve holiness. he also says everyone possesses a divine spark. >> this spark is in a way trying to find its way to the main fire, and then it wants to sink into the main fire. >> steinsaltz said he saw no signs of any early peace in the middle east, but he insisted that he had not despaired. >> i am an optimist, meaning that i see things as black as they are, but i still hope. >> talking
to everything. enough of the violations of the slum lords. i thrived 25 years and never had a problem until the hotel people came in and out. we don't know who is living next door to us and had a they are about, et cetera. thank you. >> thank you, miss weis. >> we doing translation, so four minutes. >> if you have translations, it's four minutes. >> translator: as i mention in english i live in the senior building affordable housing in russian hill. it's very beautiful. [tr*-frpblts/] >> translator: we had a recent outbreak and we didn't think it could happen to us. >> translator: so our seniors, i have seen my neighbors, they can't eat or sleep. bites everywhere, all over their bodies and some infections. you know, the thing is that our seniors are very self-sufficient and their kids are not always around to take care of eh them and they have been enduring a lot of suffering. they can't move items in their room and they don't really know what to do. i also want to add that there really should be -- i hope there would be more data collection. i support that and funding of services t
by the phone hacking scandal. lord justice levenson has called for a new regulatory body to police the press. the bbc reports. >> it is the most comprehensive study of the british press ever cared goucher based on mesut -- the testimony of hundreds of witnesses, many of whom -- of the british press ever. based on the testimony of hundreds of witnesses. with its power and influence can responsibilities. unfortunately -- >> on too many occasions, those responsibilities, along with the code of conduct, which the press wrote and promoted, have simply been ignored. this has damaged the public interest, caused real hardship, and on occasion, read havoc -- reached havoc on the lives of innocent people. >> the judge said the press had failed to hold itself accountable. it was time then for a genuinely independent system of self regulation. >> the press needs to establish a new regulatory body, which is truly independent of industry leaders, and of government, and politicians. it must promote higher standards of journalism and protect both the public interest and the rights and liberties of individua
. wildcats on the board. and now back here. you know what they call that? a member of the house of lords. you are the lord of the house. look at this one right here. winning it, hanging on, heading to the playoffs, 27-20. all right, that's great stuff out there as we end tonight, we'll take you out for the end of the week. the bruins are taking us home.
the water cooler. >> oh, my lord. >> what is going on with the lab coat? >> let me read this. a helpful crash course on preparing your turkey. >> all that when "way too early" returns. my insurance rates are probably gonna double. but, dad, you've got... [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. [ voice of dennis ] indeed. are you in good hands? >>> all right. this is where we say enough with the real news, let's send it ov over. what is lewis wearing? >> will you learn how to cook turkey today. he's a gentle creature with frail hands, frail bone structure. as you talk about slaughtering turkeys this weekend, i think turkeys have much more of a masculine bone structure. >> take it away. >> it's time to gather around the water cooler. president obama pardoned some turkeys. peta has objected to the pardon saying -- >> what are you wearing? >> it's more like a chef's coat. >> really? you look like you're about to perform a state-sanctioned probe. >> last night david letterman was in on the turkey j
-- when americans come together to bow before their lord the wal-mart rollback guy. because jesus isn't the only one who is saved. and black friday, because black friday las biblical roots. that's when the three wise men got that killer buy gold and frankincense get one myrrh free, deal. and folks this year was a great one for retailers. >> sales broke records both on-line and in stores. a total of $247 million people shopped. that's a 9% increase over last year's numbers. each shopper spent on average $425-- $423, total spending over the four day weekend hit a record $59.1 billion. >> stephen: $59.1 billion. folks, i'm sure that's good for the economy. but frankly i'm worried that black friday is being ruined by commercialism. (laughter) nowadays it's all about how much you're going buy. what deal you're going to get. whatever happened to trampling people for the love of the game? or just-- (cheers and applause) or just experiencing the pure child-like joy of throat punching an old lady over that last $20 dirt devil. well, you know i guess i'm old-fashioned. now folks, justice may be
', and lord, the only thing that appeals me these days, as of right now is you." "i hear you now and i can even touch you because i have your living word here in my hand." "and that's when my life changed." "old things are passed away and behold all things become new.' and i said, 'lord, that's me!" some not so friendly things are trending for kids and we aren't talking about on baird joins us this morning h with more.- what is causinn the hypertension?- how caa we fix ii? - what should we do when we out? to learn more about to learn more doowhen we are - what should we it?- how can we fix tte hypertension?-- hat is caasing more.. what is ccusing the hypertensiin?- how can we fix pt?it?? ow can we fix , it?--what should we do when wee are eating out? out? to learn more about hypertension in children pog on to fox baltimore dot com lash morring. cooing up next... onathan's the talker of the week. week.01:01::9:58 (weather kid) jonathan: turn around, there you go-butt to-01::1:41:46 actually, let's do a big loop phre, let'ssdo this. the other hilarioos moments that kept us laughing... in
and five of our hall of famers. gay lord perry, orlando si pirra, jaun, lily misconnie, and willy mays. [cheers and applause] we also want to acknowledge congresswoman nancy pelosi along with her husband. thank you so much for being here. we know how busy you with the election just a few days away so a round of applause for all of our vip and special guests. and now at this time we would also like to thank the city and county of san francisco and our community partners. we must acknowledge them. can't do it without them. bank of america, dignity health, miller coors, diamond foods, virgin america, pg&e, and sales force to help to make this civic celebration possible. we thank you. and of course we must recognize the giants broadcast partner sports bay area that brings sports to our giants fans all season long and made it possible for this to be watched all over northern california. all right. are you ready now? we can really get it started. [cheers and applause] . i said are you ready? [cheers and applause] it is my pleasure now to introduce two members of the best broadcast t
. it will be held over there. you are all welcome. let us pray. oh lord, support us all the day long until the shadows lengthen and the evening comes and the busy world is hushed and the fever of life is over and our work is done. then in your mercy grant us a safe lodging and a holy rest and peace at the last. may the author of all life bless us and keep us. in god's name we pray, amen. ♪ ♪ ♪
. >> pe hold, the lord dpod will come with strong hands. >> reporter: they are about all that's left in waco of the branch davidians, an offshoot of the seventh day adventist church. their religious community went back generations. it even issued its own currency during the great depression. david koresh came to the faith and its texas commune in 1981. who was he back then, to you? >> just a bum. >> reporter: former branch davidian kathy jones and her husband david had seen religious visionaries come and go. >> god speaks to me. >> reporter: this time was different. koresh would preach his way to power. >> i remember in the beginning, everybody was like, oh, he's crazy. he's this and that. i mean, that's all i heard. all of a sudden people were like, well, we're listening to him. he has a message. >> one, two, three, four. ♪ >> reporter: the message was a spell-binding account of revelation. the new testament's final book. ♪ revelation 14 his message >> reporter: koresh claimed he alone could explain the book's mysterious verses of the battle between god almighty and satan. >> th
tree. >> do you remember? did you have to go to public school and have to say the lord's prayer in a public school? >> bill: no i went to catholic school. >> okay. well, i did. and get, this first we had to say pledge of allegiance which was good but then all of us had to say the lord's prayer. our father who art in heaven hallowed be thy name. the supreme court ruled that shouldn't be. all students and non-christians have to say a christian prayer. there was outrage just like there is is now with this tree. now you look back on it and you think of course you can't ask non-christians to say a christian prayer in public school. so these controversies you generate them here but they really shouldn't be controversies it's a public building paid for by everybody. it's changing times. >> bill: it's not a symbol of religion. >> this is a secular building. it's a public building paid for by people of all religions. >> bill: the lord's prayer is obviously a religious expression. a christmas tree is. >> have to say it everybody used to have to say in elementary school and public school t
and the cost with tartuffes and lords are leaping held steady. >>> let's check back in with tara on traffic, it's going to be a crazy commute with the fog. >> it is, we have some heavy fog advisories for most of your area bay bridges, the golden gate venetia bridge and here is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, it is definitely rough out there so give yourself some extra time out there and slow down. this is the worst i have ever seen it, you can barely make out anything except forehead lights -- for headlights. finally no fog here, your commute is looking good in all directions. 4:54 let's check in with steve. >>> yesterday, some areas in santa clara never climbed above 20 degrees but there was an advisory until 9:00 and it was thick, thick, thick out there. be careful, some areas are so foggy you can barely get acrossed the street. there are some areas of fog and we are gearing up for what looks to be a thick pattern. nothing yet in the way of increasing clouds and 40s and 50s on the lows. some are cold and some are not so bad. 37 degrees and 52 and the city is in oakland. the city will st
paul lord at the planning department was able to do? and we had a small technical team and we thought this was great. so, we were essentially consultants to a planning process which put us in this very official role. but really because of the nature of the process, we were co-thinkers. it was a very different role and relationship than consultants typically have in planning. we were sitting across a table, at the table with lots and lots of bosses. the task force committees, town halls, working teams, and really thinking through and trying to interpret and reflect and do the kind of research work that helped folks to shape their community plan. so, it was a very unique kind of consulting role. it was an overall theory, i would say. i don't know if jim would agree, but there are the pieces of the theory i would say was built into this. it wasn't just let's get a plan done, but an overall theory of an approach. first was the technical assistance was direct to the community. not secondhand through planning staff or through some kind of agency intermediary, which is typically how planning
that paul lord brought to this, and most beneficial ways, is that we weren't going to reinvent the planning code. we used the eastern neighborhood zoning where possible, and we tweaked it. so, you'll find that when the plan gets to be really introduced and the nitty-gritty, we're able to use the umu, the umo, all the type of types of zoning character -- zoning categories that were already introduced. we did not rethink, let's say, the fees or the bmr units or anything else like that. we actually looked at what was there and if it could be adapted to reflect this fine grain community, we adopted it or we tweaked it. and, so, i think that what you'll see is this is a plan that allows for the next 20, 30 years of the growth of south of market, that reflects our planning principles and grew out of all the nuance pieces of it. thanks. >> thanks, toby. once upon a time in planning, transportation came first. they would build a streetcar line out into the wilderness, and then the housing and the commercial would follow and it would build around that. today it seems like we engage in a community pl
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